Saturday, June 27, 2009

Rotor Table by Luciano Bertoncini for Bellato

At Hipster Home you can find a true legend of furniture design.  Not often seen in retail locations due to their high price tag (in America they sell for over $2000.00 that's if you can find one in America) the iconic table is an Italian masterpiece.  Designed by Luciano Bertoncini for Bellato – Rotor is a flexible coffee table, functional and highly original. Thanks to an ingenious system of rotating plates, this table can take a multitude of shapes and sizes. When is totally closed, the Rotor Table is perfect for small spaces (closed table dimensions: 63 x 63 cm), and when it is open, you have a large surface, ideal to receive guests at the cocktail.  Google Bellato Rotor Table and read about its honeycombed interior make up so the table leaves are light and remain stable.  Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to see a rare legend of the industry.  The Bellato Rotor Coffee Table available at Hipster Home or check it out at

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

John Stango Colors Hipster Home

Our store is now proud to represent American Pop Artist John Stango to our offerings at Hipster Home.  John Stango's lifelong passion began to take form during his academic tenure at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia. Here he received the education behind his true devotion and dedication to art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Graphic Design. Upon graduation, Stango cultivated his creativity working as a visual merchandiser and display artist for Macy's and Bloomingdale's department stores.

Craving a more artistic field, Stango began creating original T-shirt designs in 1985 at his studio in South West Philadelphia. Finding a great deal of success in this venture, Stango's hand silk-screened designer shirts were being featured in the same department stores he once worked. Macy's, Wanamaker's, and Fiorucci featured his high-fashion, one-of-a-kind T-shirts. Continuing to build a reputation as one of the most innovative artists in the region, Stango turned to painting full time. The earliest of Stango's Pop paintings were initially featured as backdrops for window displays at several Philadelphia department stores. Eventually, Stango began showing in area galleries as his technique became refined with his use of popular images epitomizing glamour and twisted Pop icons. As an emerging American Pop artist, Stango's work is represented in galleries from New York to California, Sweden to Japan, attracting patrons from a widely diverse demographic.

Noticed by all who crave color and appreciate the impetuous nature of Stango's creations, his art appears in public and private collections throughout the country including those of: Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, rapper/singer Charlie Baltimore, baseball legend Cal Ripkin, Camden Yards-Home of the Baltimore Orioles, the family of Mickey Mantle, Olympic Gold Medalist Kristi Yamaguchi, former Dallas Cowboy Randy White, Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Troy Aikman, Allen Iverson and clothing designer Nicole Miller.

Stop in the store and check out John's work or go to